Our online banking application gives you around-the-clock access to managing your Marine Bank accounts. Online banking provides a picture of all of your account activities, a way to transfer funds between accounts, and a way to pay bills without writing checks or mailing payments. Within online banking, you have the option of receiving your account statements electronically so that your personal information will not sit in your mailbox at home and potentially be stolen.
All of our online banking services are completely free of charge.
How do I sign up for online banking?
Go to our home page. Under the online banking log-in, click the "Registration" link. You will be guided through the registration process, including entering your information for verification purposes and setting a user name. Once you accept the terms and conditions of online banking to submit your registration, you will receive an e-mail from us with a form to confirm your registration. You must sign and return the form to us. We cannot activate your online banking credentials until we have both the online application and the signed paper form. These verification measures help ensure the safety of your account.
Click here to begin the online banking registration process now.
What accounts can I view through Marine Bank Online?
You can view transaction history on all your Marine Bank accounts, including loans.
I can see my account balances but how do I see my transaction history?
To view your account history just click on the underlined account title.
I forgot my password. Can you send it to me?
Your password is encrypted and cannot be accessed by anyone. If you have forgotten your password, just contact us at 217-726-0660 or click the following link to recover your password.
Click to recover your online banking password.
How do I pay on my Marine Bank loan through Online Banking?
You can pay on your Marine Bank loan at no cost by simply transferring funds from your checking account to your loan account through Online Banking. No coupons or checks are necessary.
Read our Electronic Funds Transfer Disclosure »